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Oregon PRAMS: 2003 Results
Before you got pregnant with your new baby, had you ever heard or read about emergency birth control (the "morning-after pill")? This special combination of regular birth control pills is used to prevent pregnancy up to three days after unprotected sex.


Percent

No 19.0%
Yes 81.0%
(n = 1,479)

  • All results are weighted.
  • These results are for surveys that were mailed to mothers from April 2003 through March 2004. Child's dates of birth were from 1/1/2003 through 12/31/2003.
  • The number of respondents (n) is the number of women who chose the responses above.
  • Percents may not add to 100.0 due to rounding.
*2003 Data collected under Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) protocol.

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